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Jackson 85 North Business Park rendering Pendergrass GA Trammell Crow

Trammell Crow, CBRE Global Investors Partner on 2.2M-SF Logistics Center in NE Atlanta

The Atlanta office of Trammell Crow Company (TCC) and partner CBRE Global Investors acquired a 287-acre development site in Pendergrass, GA, about 60 miles northeast of Atlanta, for a 2,252,000-square-foot Class A logistics center to be called Jackson 85 North Business Park. Construction on the project’s first phase is expected to begin in December, with completion during the second half of 2022. 

The Jackson 85 North Business Park will be developed in two phases. Phase one will include a 538,450-square-foot cross-dock facility and a 1,001,000-square-foot cross-dock facility. Phase two will include a single 713,050-square-foot cross dock facility.  

“Demand for high-end logistics space continues to grow in the Atlanta suburbs, especially in the dynamic northeast submarket where Jackson 85 will be located,” said Mark Dishaw, managing director of TCC Atlanta. 

Leasing for the project will be handled by Wilson Hull & Neal Real Estate. 


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TCC Atlanta's Dishaw

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